Simulation of Droplet Impingement on Solid Surface by the Level Set Method and Phase Field Method Abstract The simulation of multi-phase flow with moving interfaces is important in a wide range of applications, such as ink-jet printing, metal depositions, spray cooling, and biomedical engineering applications. Level Set and Phase Field methods are two well-known techniques for tracking the moving interfaces. Each model has its own strength and weakness. This paper compares the two surface tracking models in the simulation of droplet impingement process. The simulations are carried out by employing the Level Set and Phase Field models in COMSOL. The dynamic impingement processes will be presented for a glycerin droplet impacting on two surfaces with different surface wettability - a wetting glass surface and on a non-wetting wax surface. The simulated spreading factor and apex height will be compared with experimental results for the two surface tracking models.